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New Asphalt Shingle Roof – Newton, MA

Posted by on Oct 15, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Neponset Valley Construction has been repairing, replacing, and installing new roofs in Newton, MA since 1999. We recently installed a new asphalt shingle roof on a colonial home in town. Architectural asphalt shingles give your home’s roof a shake-like appearance at a considerably lower cost. It is this blend of aesthetic appeal and affordability that leads most homeowner to select architectural asphalt for their roofing material. We were...

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Double Pane Windows in MA

Posted by on Jul 22, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Whether you are building a new home or improving an old one, choosing the windows is an important decision to make.  Windows are an critical part of your home as they protect you against the elements of weather and can add curb appeal.  You should keep in mind the long term maintenance of the windows, how well they protect against the weather elements, their curb appeal and their overall price when shopping for new windows.  Given the weather...

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Implementing DASH Management System to Improve Roofing Services

Posted by on Dec 14, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Neponset Valley Construction is now using DASH Enterprise, a cloud-based technology, to help improve communications during projects. The system allows project managers to be in contact with the people working on-site at all times and is more effective and efficient. Managers now have access to data as problems occur and are able to communicate solutions instantly and even wirelessly. The implementation of DASH Enterprise means that Neponset...

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Worried About Heating Costs? Consider a Weatherization Contractor in MA!

Posted by on Dec 12, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Heating costs are expected to be much higher this winter than last for a number of reasons. Although last winter broke records with mild temperatures and very little snow, this winter is expected to be much colder. Heating oil prices are currently high and unfortunately, oil companies and government experts alike do not expect prices to come down anytime soon. The federal government’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) performed a...

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